Facilities Management Checklist
- Provide security. Be alert for looting, which is very common after a disaster.
- Check all roads. Clear them as necessary to allow vehicular access.
- Provide security for all sensitive items (list provided by all divisions and offices).
- At the Gate House, if CANS is inoperable, manual sign-in and sign-out procedures will be in effect until CANS is restored.
- Clear sufficient parking places to support essential staff needed at work.
- Inspect the site perimeter. Repair fences and gates as necessary.
- Remove all unstable trees and limbs which threaten buildings and staff.
- For all structures, check the following prior to entering:
- Walls or siding for cracks, tilts, and misalignments
- Doors for proper opening and closing
- Broken windows
- Roof, if it can be observed safely.
- For all structures, check the following by entering and proceeding
with great caution.
- Integrity of floors, walls, and stairs
- Lighting system
- Electrical distribution system
- Sprinkler system
- Fire alarm system
- Plumbing system
- For all structures, check for the following:
- Water damage (repair, replace, or dry out)
- Chemical spills
- Need for a cleanup
- OSHA violations needing immediate attention
- The authority for condemning badly damaged buildings is as follows:
- Buildings owned by SURA: City building inspectors/fire department
- Buildings owned by Virginia: State Fire Marshall
- Buildings owned by the Federal Government : DOE personnel
- Check all storm-water runoff channels (ditches) clear of obstructions.
- Check all storm-water runoff channels free of spilled chemicals.
- Check all oil-filled transformers for the integrity of the oil chamber.
- Arrange for debris removal to the landfill.
- If debris removal is delayed, arrange to have it moved to a location
on site and out of the way.
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